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Do me a favor please?traveling price to england?

Do me a favor please?traveling price to england? Topic: Incase san francisco
July 17, 2019 / By Jordan
Question: I want to go to England this summer in August. What I need to know is how much it would cost for 1 or 2 plane tickets from Boston, Ma. to Cornwall, England. I'm not sure where to look for prices so I'm asking you to do me this favor and look online! PLEASE help me out! this would be a great help!!Even just a link to a website would be great! I don't know if you need to know this but just incase- I'd like to fly British Airways. ♥
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Hammond Hammond | 9 days ago
You cannot fly directly to Cornwall, there is only a tiny airport there with grass runways for flying to the Scillies. You will have to land at Heathrow, then catch the express train to Paddington station, and from there you can catch another train to cornwall... it's about 5.5 hours on the train. I'll be doing that in June! :) As for prices, it's best to just visit BA's website and put in your travel dates and see what the current cost is. I had to pay $1200 for my June tickets but I'm flying from San Francisco so I should imagine yours would be cheaper since you are closer. I wouldn't recommend BA at the moment though, hopefully they've clean up their baggage dept. by then if you stick with that airline. I'd recommend Virgin Atlantic myself. http://www.britishairways.com/ http://www.virgin-atlantic.com/
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Hammond Originally Answered: Writ history of England from the time of Henry vii 1509 1547 to the glorious revolution 1688 how did England c
In a nutshell, King Henry VIII was an avid supporter of the Catholic Church and an opponent of Martin Luther until his wife couldn't bear him any sons and since she was a relative (wife of his late bro Arthur), he tried to get the Catholic church to allow him to divorce....but the pope says "No dice, buddy." So Henry starts his own church, called the Church of England, gets an annullment from his first wife, marries Anne Boleynn (she's beheaded for adultery), and then so forth. Remember the rhyme....divorced, beheaded, died; divorced, beheaded, survived. That's how all of Henry's marriages ended. Henry's only son, a sickly Edward VI, comes to the throne and he is staunchly Protestant and introduces a Protestant prayer book. Unfortunately, he dies and Mary comes to the throne, brings back the Catholic church, persecutes Protestants, but she dies (allegedly of cancer), and her sister Elizabeth takes the throne and institutes a little bit of religious tolerance. In the 17th century, England and the rest of Europe partake in the 30 years' war which started with battling over religion but started to become more political towards the end. The Treaty of Westphaila ends it. The war is from 1618 to 1648. I believe this is during the time when the "defenestration of Prague" takes place. Two Catholic guys are thrown out of a window by some Protestant guys, hence the word "defenestration," which is a word for the act of....throwing someone out of a window (comes from the Latin word for window). Surprisingly, the two men survived. There are two sides to the Prague incident; Catholics say that they were lifted up by angels onto higher ground while Protestants say that a dung heap broke their fall (the latter being the true story of their survival). Here's a little "food" for thought; if someone threw you out of a window, would you rather fall and die on impact or fall into a bacteria-laden pile of crap and save yourself? Anyhoo, I will provide some wikipedia links that might be of some help to you. I still need to polish my skills on the Glorious Revolution. But it all has to do with religion at some point. Here's a link to a European history podcast from a course in history at U.C. Berkeley. The professor teaching the course is awesome and I think he might be able to clear up some of the issues you have asked about this period in time. http://webcast.berkeley.edu/courses/arch... Go to the lectures titled "Revolutions in Religions," "Cultural Legacies of Early Modern Europe," and "Religious War and Witchcraft." Those might help you out. Or just go to the podcast section of iTunes and click on the UC Berkely icon and subscribe to the podcast from there. Hope this helps!
Hammond Originally Answered: Writ history of England from the time of Henry vii 1509 1547 to the glorious revolution 1688 how did England c
A. the wonderful Revolution is likewise widely used by way of fact the chilly Revolution by way of fact no blood became shed for the period of the overthrowing of King James II (aside from a nosebleed he had). petrified of William and Mary's army, King James II fled to France and remained in exile there.

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You can take BA on Boston-Heathrow, then use National Express from Heathrow T4 to your destination in Cornwall. For August, BA are currently $1042 r/t, but Air Canada are currently cheapest for August at $911 r/t total (Boston-Montreal-Heathrow). Try your travel dates with http://www.bookingbuddy.com http://www.nationalexpress.com for coaches from Heathrow to Cornwall.
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Eddie Originally Answered: I was misquoted on a price at work should I get that price even if i am an employee?
If you have everything in writing with the misquoted price, then they have to honor the price you were given even if it is the wrong price. The misquote was not your fault, it was the fault of the retailer. I am a retail manager and have seen this many times. "The customer is always right" is a rule I follow and make all my employees follow. I guarantee that if you took it to court (as long as you indeed have it in writing) then a judge would say the same thing.
Eddie Originally Answered: I was misquoted on a price at work should I get that price even if i am an employee?
Since jewelry is not your regular dept., then you can't be expected to know what is and what is not a "great price". Just hand over your hold slip and don't say anything about your visit to the other store. Most likely your sale will be rung as quoted. The selling associate will be advised that she made a mistake, but that's all that will happen. Only if she's regularly giving inappropriate discounts will she face any disciplinary action.

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